Entries by Broadway Family Dentistry

Tongue-tied? A Frenotomy can Help

Tongue-tie occurs when the tissue that attaches the tongue to the bottom of the mouth is too short. It is typically a problem that is identified at birth and can limit ones ability to move the tongue. Who gets tongue-tie? The cause of tongue-tie isn’t proven, but it may be genetic. It is typically present […]

The Benefits of Dental Implants

Before dental implants, dentures and bridges were two of the few options available to people suffering from tooth loss. Dental implants are used as a replacement for tooth roots and provide a solid foundation for removable or permanent replacement teeth. Today, dental implants provide a variety of benefits ranging from improved self confidence to enhanced […]

At Home Remedies for TMD

TMD also referred to as TMJ or temporomandibular disorder, can be a painful and frustrating condition. Studies show that symptoms develop as a result of problems with the muscles of the jaw or the temporomandibular joint itself. TMD may be due to an injury to the jaw or muscles of the head or neck, like […]

A Brighter Smile for the New Year

Studies show that individuals with brighter and whiter teeth are seen as more friendly, successful, and attractive. Those with stained teeth are perceived as less confident and not as capable. Whether or not these assumptions are true about the individual, the impact that a healthy white smile can have on your personal and professional life […]

Dealing with Dental Phobia as an Adult

Dental phobia goes beyond normal anxiety. It can make people feel terrified and panic-stricken although they know their fear is irrational. Someone with the dental phobia will demonstrate avoidance behavior by doing everything in their power to avoid the dentist’s chair. In fact, they will only do so if compelled by extreme dental pain. The […]

Halloween Safety

The only thing scary about October 31 should be the ghosts, witches, and occasional Darth Vaders roaming your neighborhood street. Unfortunately, the number one cause of injuries on Halloween falls due to costume hems that are too long, steps, curbs, and unseen objects. Hazardous or allergy-causing candies can also pose a risk to children. Here […]